Jam Circus reopens tonight

It's been a long-time coming, but excellent and badly-missed Crofton Park bar Jam Circus reopens tonight, more than a year after it closed due to fire. The team has confirmed that the doors open tonight at 7pm!

11 comments:

Goc said...

This is great news! Does anyone know if it is the staff from the Catford Tavern (who moved from the Ravensbourne) who have taken this on?

feebeebo said...

Crofton Park? I thought that was just a train station... Brockley, no?
Either way, is great news that JC is back. Fed up of the pretentiousness that it is The Orchard. See you all tonight!

Headhunter said...

Really? Fast work. I walked past on Sunday and it was still a complete dusty building site inside. Looked like they'd just started work on it

Kirsten said...

Pictures please? We are away and get back in a few weeks. Would love to see what it looks like. Thanks

OffDutyBill said...

Lol of course it's in Brockley, check out the title of this blog! Would be less useful to the reader if everything was simply described as being in Brockley.

Gin Lane said...

Was great last night and the staff were excellent, given how busy it was. My only gripe would be that Jam Circus to sort out their child policy fairly sharpish. I have no problem with kids in bars/caf├ęs/restaurants etc, but watching a woman clutching a G&T whilst accidentally poking her crying baby in the eye with his bottle at 11:15pm was positively Hogarthian... Totally harshed my buzz/made me want to call Social Services.

Wait for it... said...

Was at a gallery opening and soemone had a baby in noise protecting earphones with them. I must admit that I thought if the baby needs headphones maybe the parents should stop being selfish and stay at home.

minime35 said...

Can't wait 2 visit 4 the 1st time. Moved 2 Brockley Dec 2012 & my neighbour highly recommended JC.

CB said...

One of the nice things about Jam Circus has always been its lack of attitude and open welcome to all...if you don't like that, you don't have to go there. Perhaps enjoy your own night rather than staring at other people and rating their bottle-feeding skills?

Paul said...

Wonderful news! We shall be back

None said...

Was the baby making a noise? Was it spoiling your enjoyment of the gallery? Did it affect you in anyway? I am not sure if your post is serious or 'tongue in cheek', but if the former, then why shouldn't a baby go and see art? I took my niece when she was a baby to Tate Modern and she was fascinated by the colours, I am sure there must be something there that is good for their development. I have no idea why this bothered your sensibilities so much.

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